BUCKINGHAM, PA — Two people have died after a major head-on crash that happened in Buckingham, Pennsylvania on Friday, March 21st, 2014, according to a news article form the Intelligencer.
State Police have said that they have reason to believe 30-year-old Nicole Bereshny-Ott was killed when the vehicle she was in became involved in a head-on collision after one of the vehicles crossed into the lanes of oncoming traffic while driving on Highway 202.
Scene of the Accident
Nicole Bereshny-Ott was killed in the accident, as well as 50-year-old Yan Zou. It is not clear if they died upon impact, or at a nearby hospital after transport.
The investigation into the accident is being handled by officials from the Pennsylvania State Police in conjunction with local officials.
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